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Occupational Lung Disease - Keeping up to Date
17 September, 2020
Likely to be held virtually
Date/s: Thursday 17 September (tbc); or possibly a series of weekly webinars on a given evening or afternoon (also currently tbc)
Programme available in due course
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Course fee: £170 - VAT-exempt (includes optional handout, lunch and refreshments)
- Online registration is by card only - this is our preference ...
- We encourage people to pay by card where possible. If a customer would like to receive an invoice from the College and pay through this route, a purchase order number must be provided to Imperial College. Course details will only be sent upon payment being received by the College. This process might be a lot longer and normally takes up to several weeks. Therefore, payment by card is much quicker and easier if you would like to avoid delay.
- Imperial College staff can pay by internal transfer if they wish.
Brief description - Update your knowledge of contemporary occupational lung disease at our one day conference. Hear from experts in their field, covering themes relevant to current occupational health practice, addressing diverse topics such as “new” occupational respiratory diseases, threats to respiratory health in the workplace and controversies in current management of the lungs at work.
Suitable for - Practising occupational health practitioners (physicians, nurses and advisors)
Accreditation to be sought from the Faculty of Occupational Medicine
Venue (map can be viewed here; photos on page 2) -
National Heart and Lung Institute
Education Centre, Paul Wood Lecture Theatre
Guy Scadding Building
London SW3 6LY
"Excellent presentations. Very relevant to my everyday OH practice."
"This was my first visit to this event and, in my opinion, I thought the balance of the programme was just right."
"Everything was really nice. Congratulations."
"An excellent, informative update which will certainly inform my practice back at work. Thank you!"
"No need for improvement. All presentations were very informative and interesting."
"Very relevant to my own practice, and topical at present in my case management load."
- Image from 12 September 2019; credit: Jennifer Welch